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it up to washington d.c., is that right or wrong? i am dave asbin. we'll go to steve and rich and mike and john, you love this idea and think it is good for the whole, country explain. >> one of the scandal is not the deficits, but the fact that federal government collects 2.5 trillion. with the consumption or sales tax, this is the lone way we can limit how much money gets to the federal government and more businesses would be created and jobs and the federal government would not be penalizing our work and we would get more work and jobs. >> sounds good to me, rick, to you? >> here's the problem. i will not touch incredibly regressive nature of this. >> by regressive, it hits the poor more than the rich? >> exactly. put the brakes on a economy, imagine what happens here. first of all, to keep the revenue neutral, you are looking at a 20r 30 percent sales tax . add that to the state tax that governor gindale wants to add. no one will be able to afford it or go shopping. >> steve, this is a country of experiment ground . the states experiment with things that might do better. >> there a
specialist tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 will help you get started today. liz: as first reported by fox business steve cohen's capital bracing for massive redemptions amid a wide ranging investigation into possible insider trading violations at the big huge fund although the fund is up this year. how long does up this year last? >> i mean, he's doing very well amid, like, a lot of pressure. we have to point out that, this is what i love about being on fox business, you know, sometimes like david versus goliath; right? we write the story monday, i did, you were traveling to one of your affairs. liz: the story that -- >> that fc capital was meeting with hedge fund managers, bracing for massive redemptions -- liz: pulling my money out? >> if you read the "wall street journal," they copied our lead five days later, it came out today. what the journal missed, and in addition to becoming very late on the story, they missed why it's happening. it's not necessarily that people want to hate steve because they don't. i can tell you that financial advice, guys who control money, the fun, the funds that invest in
discrimination there. that is good for the economy. >> steve, you can always justify thingings. but the bottom line regulations are a tax on business. are they not? >> they are indeednd people who love regulations make it a choice between anarchy and reguleses. in term of job creation and having bankings. i know a midsize bank had t hire a thousand people of compliiancand that means fewer loan officers. regulations are a burden pure and simple . the p.m. claims to be for maul business and jobs and yet he comes out with a basket full that hits at jobs. >> rich put it in the right way n from the beginning. they have to hire someone to keep track of all of the regulations and that is hiring that is not goingo growing and productivity and growing the economy. it is it sneaky stuff. you can see it wreaking havoc in the university system. every one teacher, you have more than or one administrator. >> that's where my tuition money is going. >> they haveg wellulations to keep up with. >> rich, you are right there and made a lifetime of studying the way business works. do you hear peoe complaining and
hostile to media. and it works for them because they had enough innovation to get away with it. >> steve jobs was terrific with marketing but lousy with puerto rico. they refused to say how ill he was or what he had. he was the ceo. that was material information. he stayed alive with cancer long enough to build up his successor and build strength so when he died the stock did not go down. john: occasionally bad news can be good for business. like the tragic killing of trayvon martin may have helped skittles. he only had a bag of skittles that was the scene of the protest that followed. >> marching with signs and skittles in honor of trayvon martin rallying wearing a hoodies and carrying skittles. john: skittles said they will not commented its import -- inappropriate to get involved. >> our condolences go out for all involved but we will not exploit this for commercial purposes. by saying that is precisely the way to do it. >> that is an example where a company over thinking that puerto rico gets in the way of word-of-mouth. there is no more powerful thing than people talking to other pe
't come with the training. steve jobs was the brand marketing expert at apple. tim cook is logistics guy. we look at tim, how did he heck did he get to be ceo of anything let alone the most powerful company in tech? i think nature here, apple is looking across at samsung, competing hard with samsung and starting to adopt sam sung's policies and practices and samsung is a broadband, more of a value brand and segment. melissa: looking right now, the market share, what we've seen and it has just been a huge jump. in 2011, samsung's market share was 22% to apple's 13. if you look what happened in 2012, samsung has jumped all the way to 31%, a huge jump. another 10%. meanwhile apple just ticked up two points, to 15. seems like samsung is really eating their lunch and apple should go back to what has worked for them, instead of trying to do this other thing, right? maybe they can't? maybe they're out of ideas? their trademark was amazing innovation. is that gone with steve jobs? >> well, what steve wozniak beliefs, when steve jobs passed a lot of people that created innovation with apple left
to be a cool entrepreneur. we want a world where our kids can grow up and be the next steve jobs. i don't think it iss gone or dead. but the headlines are not that good. wayne what would you say. >> they have to get used to a different standard of living. we have live indeed a great period of time . joathon said it is not going to continue. pick up the paper. i read the no times just this past week. there is it a professor in georgetown university. excuse me let me finish. a professor who wants to get rid of the constitution . we have poom teaching in our schools that garbage. you can't be having an educational system that gets rid of the constitution and think tre is it a future in the united states. >> my mom said how great the 50s were and maybe she is marjorie thank you for joining us this week. >> thank you . >> coming up. i hope losing weight is not your new year's resolution. packing on the pounds
and former consultanto the treasury department and steve son, president of capital public affairs and a former labo department official. all-starith you. where can get -- what you make of this report? >> 455,000, which was the jobs increases, the average for the past couple of yers. what is really striking about this is this is the best we will e for a while. gerri: what? >> yeah. normally at the start of the year we're looking at big stimulus. last year payroll tax cut, help fr the fed. on average since 2008 the stimulus of the srt of the year has been three and 55 billion. this year its-270000000000. so we go from of big tailwind to a big head wind. this isthe best numbers we can do at this point, wait until those tax cuts, people and get their payroll, thir paychecks. gerri: let's let steve and then. do you agree. >> i think it's pathetic. the economy really is treading water. we have the most lackluster recovery since the great depression. clearly the president's policies are not dng what they're supposed to be doing. a lot of clients, small business people a petrified th no i
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wall street journal"'s steve moore. steve, a disturbing series of events, to put it mildly. >> no question about it, neil. and, look, we have a three-branch system of government in washington. the president is the chief of the executive branch, that means the president doesn't make the laws, he executes the laws that congress passes. and, you know, i'm in austin, texas, today. here in texas everybody's been talking about this. what is with all these executive orders? what gives the president the authority to do this? and the one that, you know, i'm most interested in, obviously, is whether the president will try to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling without approval of congress. and that is the scuttlebutt right now in washington, that the president is simply going to do it whether congress authorizes that extension or not. neil: you know, sabrina, it's odd that this is occurring the same week we saw the movie "lincoln" honored with 12 oscar nods. of course, a lot of people point to the fact that abraham lincoln, you know, habeas corpus went way after and way beyond what c
has new details on steve cohen. melissa: you are always controversial. charlie: here is what is interesting about steve cohen. in february, as they see faces a window of redemptions. here is what we know. fac officials are screaming to prevent massive reductions. they are currently contacting and holding one-on-one meetings with investors. they are essentially saying that despite everything, the investigation -- a wells notice has been given. despite all of that, they think that steve cohen we'll be okay. they may get a large fine. they think they are facing charges. they will not be indicted. it will not be a criminal case. keep your money with us. the bottom line is this, you do not know until february. investors essentially hate this type of controversy. some very large investors have put holds on the stocks. i can also tell you, steve cohen and these guys are very aggressive. they are out there trying to get large investors to stay with it. they will come out after the story. these are different one-on-one meetings. this is crisis mode. they think there is a very good lik
. gerri: you make a good point. i wanted to respond one more thing, which i found interesting. steve moore of "the wall street journal" said we had heard that i'm not going to negotiate with the president anymore and now we find out that the president told speaker boehner that the country doesn't have a spending problem. does this tell you anything you that you don't need to know about the democratic agenda? >> is that we think we should be spending more than $3 trillion a year. >> when you're dealing with that, it's hard to know how you're going to negotiate with that. gerri: thank you for coming on tonight, it's always great to see you. >> thank you. gerri: the best laid plans of mice and men. like the tax bonanza that democrats are eagerly awaiting. that may already be behind us. more than 1000 public companies declared special dividends. the president lobbied to put things in place to make sure that the wealthy pay their fair share. but some did better than others. not only did cost no paid early dividends to avoid taxes, but they made it a mega-dividend. $3 billion. equip equivalent
through 12 education and 450 million dollars extra for school, energy efficiency projects. steve malanga is here, the expert on state finances. i'm saying that, yeah, i've been harsh on california in the past, the formerly golden state. i say you've got to look more deeply at this budget it ain't as good as it looks and you say what? >> a couple of things, first of all, california has been essentially borrowing to increase its spending and they have about 23 billion dollars of debt that they have to pay back. it includes-- >> hold on, i've got to interrupt. they got 23 billion dollars. more debt than that, this is just budget deficit. stuart: this is fresh borrowing to cover the 26 billion deficit in the past and that 23 billion has to be repaid, but is not included in this budget. >> well, yes, actually it is included in the budget. in other words, a lot of the money from the tax increase and tax revenues currently are actually going to basically pay back borrowing against previous budgets. so and then the the second thing that's happening is california is not really reforming its spend
looks at some of it is hard, which they have been looking at steve, looking at microscopic way since 2007. 2012. >> he is a big fish, it did catch for the government. charlie: that is a long time. now this thing with the drug stocks is interesting. he had to explain his trade. he had to explain her mother was a conversation. clearly the government wants to know what was said. >> happy new year, kind of missed you, oddly enough. charlie: in between the glasses of wine. >> the closing bell will ring, we have 28 minutes to go. one company coming up with breakthroughs in the fight against cancer targeting bad cells while leaving the good ones untouched. a process called nanotechnology coming up in a fox business exclusive. we will get an update on our financials read cannot afford to miss that. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b mical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare
with the iphone really happen. for years you worked with steve jobs and company to really encompass that at at&t. what did you learn from that experience you believe will make you more successful with digital life? >> anytime you have a phenomenal partner like apple has been to us you have to learn from that partner. what we have learned is we have to go out and be innovative all the time. we have to look at how we create customer expense that has been flawless and simple for a customer and that was the goal here, how to make of this seems complex, wearing your whole house, allowing you to control these things. our goal was to make it simple. when people see what they can do and see how easy it is to set up and use, they will be blown away by it. liz: you can unlock the door from your desk at home. thank you very much. glenn lurie of at&t. when we come back, first on fox business interview, huge in automotive audio and so much more. plus, tim baxter, first on fox business, wait until you see it, the 84-inch ultra high-definition tv. don't even ask. we will be right back from the consumer elect
the keynote at replacing steve ballmer and bill gates. a mobile company is a keynote at a consumer technology show. what does that symbolize in terms of the direction the consumer technology? >> everybody knows a smart phones have become so popular. mobile computing, computing is going mobile so microsoft built the new windows on top of our chips for example, so it is just now we will see it enabling technology. in particular consumer electronics. tvs, game consoles, all those things we traditionally think in consumer electronics. shibani: you are sort of the brains behind that technology. it is sort of the meaning that the horsepower, the engine is the driver for things rather than the device. what do you think of that? speak we can go to the store and i device but we want them to get a little bit more about -- ashley: we go to the tech conference in las vegas and guess what happens. sandra: giving us the best. ashley: will be going back to ces in las vegas. liz claman will be talking with panasonic on what they have on tap to attract consumers. with new technology in their tv. sandra: they'
. iphone unveiled by steve jobs six years ago today. that is the speed read with time to spare, ash. ashley: wow! that was so smooth. look at you. [buzzer] with style. very good. lori: thank you. ashley: all right a few years ago at ces liz put corning's gorilla glass to the test and went kung fu on it. and it survived anyway. liz gets to look at corning's latest technology and she might even test a few things. we'll be right back. ♪ . look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek imm
's clearly president obama, that's clearly true. and steve moore's piece was excellent. it went through a lot of logic and i'm a huge fan of boehner, i think that speaker boehner is really great and did a good job. he had no choice, but to let the upper rates go higher. that's the killer in this economy and now the democrats own it and have to live with it. charles: art, the killer, also, everyone watching the show got a check over the weekend and they saw their checks dinged and the payroll tax cuts expiring. i kind of thought that fell under the president's pledge not to tax the middle class. that's what he pledged. of all the taxes there are and all taxes are bad. but the payroll tax is the least bad of all the taxes we have. if you cut the payroll tax that will hurt the economy not help it. raising it where it should be is the correct thing to do and for economics as well my view of the world. cutting government spending is the real tax problem we have and payroll tax is not. charles: where are we going? goldman sachs says this fiscal cliff deal will take 200 billion in disposable income
donated, where they worked and how much. steve ballmer and his wife each donated $50,000. of course, he is the ceo of microsoft. there are ten people that donated back in 2009. totaling about $250,000 in donations. this time around, all you get is a name. it is making it difficult to figure out where this money is coming from. we would encourage them, them being the administration and the committee for the inauguration, to be more forthcoming prior to the inauguration. by law, 90 days after the inauguration, they have to disclose who donated, how much money they donated and where it all came from. cheryl: that is transparency. adam shapiro, thank you very much. exactly quarter till right now. every 15 minutes stocks now. d getting a new annual high. nicole: we have been watching delta very closely. the transportation index is actually lower. take a look at delta. only a penny. it did hit a new 52 week high. today, a winner. really bucking the trend. let's take a look at the major market averages. the market is under some pressure here. the s&p 500, a loss of over a half of 1%. cheryl: t
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